「Learning Linux Kernel」- 初识内核源码



make kernelversion

git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git
git pull

wget https://mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.4/linux-2.4.0.tar.gz

# 查看当前内核版本
make kernelversion


Is it possible to develop linux kernel module in CLion? | Newbedev

Yes, It is. But you will need to write make file for building kernel module.
Update 1: I recommend QtCreator for writing linux kernel module. See my manual
Update 2: I also recommend eclipse cdt. See eclipse manual about how to prepare it for linux kernel.

我们选择 Eclipse 来阅读源码,我们认为:其存在时间久,解决方案较多,遇到问题会少;功能比较丰富,无需过多配置;开源免费,无需付费购买;

VS Code

visual studio code – HowTo use the VSC to navigate Linux kernel source – Stack Overflow

Install ms-vscode.cpptools extension.
Open kernel source folder in VSCode.
Follow the instructions, add “${workspaceFolder}/include” and “${workspaceFolder}/arch/{your arch}/include” to includePath, “your arch” is x86/arm etc.
Wait for IntelliSence indexing.


FAQ How do I increase the heap size available to Eclipse? – Eclipsepedia
HowTo use the CDT to navigate Linux kernel source – Eclipsepedia

Disclaimer: These steps were last updated for Eclipse 2019‑03, CDT 9.7.0, and Linux v5.1-rc4:
Download and install Eclipse plus the CDT.
Configure and build your kernel to define CONFIG_* and generate autoconf.h.
Start up Eclipse.
Click File -> New -> Project
In the pop-up window, choose C/C++-> C Project. Click Next
Fill in a project name like Linux v5.1
Uncheck the Use default location box and type in the root directory of your kernel into the Location box.
In the Project type: pane, click the Makefile project and select Empty Project
On the right side, select Linux GCC. Click Next
Click Advanced settings… and a Properties dialog will pop up.
Note: At this point, and starting from Eclipse Oxygen, Eclipse will aggressively start indexing your project, which can make Eclipse painfully slow for the rest of the configuration steps below. To mitigate that, temporarily disable indexing now by opening C/C++ General section, click on Indexer, click on Enable project-specific settings, then unmark the Enable indexer option.
Open the C/C++ General selection on the left.
Click on Preprocessor Include Paths
Select GNU C in the Languages list
Select CDT User Setting Entries in the Setting Entries list
Click on Add…. Choose Preprocessor Macros File from the top left dropdown, Project Path from the top right dropdown, and enter “include/linux/kconfig.h” into the File text box.
Also add any other macros files you are using.
Click on Indexer
Checkmark the Enable project specific settings box.
Uncheck Index source files not included in the build
Click on Paths and Symbols on the left.
Select the Includes tab and then select GNU C
Click Add…
Click Workspace… then select your kernel’s include, and include/uapi directories
Do another Add, Workspace and add both arch/architecture/include, and arch/architecture/include/uapi directories. e.g., arch/powerpc/include and arch/powerpc/include/uapi (The UAPI directories are due to the kernel’s user/kernel header split covered here in-detail)
Click the # Symbols tab
Click Add…
Set the name to KERNEL
Set the value to 1 and click OK
Click the Source Location tab
Click the plus sign (or arrow/triangle) next to your project name.
Select the Filter item and click Edit Filter…
Click Add Multiple… and then select all of the arch/* directories in your kernel source that will not be used (i.e. all the ones that are not for the architecture you are using)
Click OK and OK again to dismiss that dialog.
Under C/C++ General, select Preprocessor Include Paths, Macros etc.
Click the Providers tab and select CDT GCC Built-in Compiler Settings
Uncheck Use global provider shared between projects
Append -nostdinc to the curretly-existing Command to get compiler specs. The kernel is a free-standing environment by ISO C99 definition. That is, it does not want to be polluted, and obviously cannot work with, the “host” header files and libraries.
Open a terminal, and type “echo -isystem $(gcc -print-file-name=include/)”. Append the resulting output to the Command to get compiler specs mentioned above. If you’re using a cross-toolchain to compile the kernel, use the full path of that cross GCC compiler, instead of just typing gcc in the command mentioned. Rationale for this step: -nostdinc already asked gcc to not search the standard system directories for header files. But the Linux Kernel depends on GCC-provided “freestanding environment” headers like stdarg.h, stdbool.h and so on, which are typically hosted by GCC under /usr/lib/gcc/<arch>/<version>/include. Thus this step.
Click OK on the Properties dialog.
Note: If you temporarily disabled indexing as earlier recommended. This is the right time to re-enable it. Under C/C++ General, click on Indexer, and mark the Enable indexer option.
Click Finish on the C Project dialog.
The Project will index automatically.
On a platter drive indexing will take upwards of 20 minutes to complete, on a SSD indexing will take about 5 minutes to complete.


# tree -L 1 --dirsfirst
├── arch -------------------------- Architecture-specific source
├── block ------------------------- Block I/O layer
├── crypto ------------------------ Crypto API
├── Documentation ----------------- Kernel source documentation
├── drivers ----------------------- Device drivers 
├── firmware ---------------------- Device firmware needed to use certain drivers
├── fs ---------------------------- The VFS and the individual filesystems 
├── include ----------------------- Kernel headers
├── init -------------------------- Kernel boot and initialization
├── ipc --------------------------- Interprocess communication code
├── kernel ------------------------ Core subsystems, such as the scheduler
├── lib --------------------------- Helper routines
├── mm ---------------------------- Memory management subsystem and the VM
├── net --------------------------- Networking subsystem
├── samples ----------------------- Sample, demonstrative code
├── scripts ----------------------- Scripts used to build the kernel
├── security ---------------------- Linux Security Module
├── sound ------------------------- Sound subsystem
├── tools ------------------------- Early user-space code (called initramfs)
├── usr --------------------------- Tools helpful for developing Linux
├── virt -------------------------- Virtualization infrastructure
├── Kbuild
├── Makefile




make defconfig


# make config
# make gconfig
make menuconfig


zcat /proc/config.gz > .config
make oldconfig

当配置结束后,将生成 .config 文件。







make modules_install